Iran: Blogger Remains in Jail!

Webgardian writes according to ILNA (Iran Labour National Agency) Arash Sigarchi's, jailed blogger & journalist, appeal was rejected by Supreme Court. He must stay in jail for three years.

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  • […] Let us not forget, when we read Ahmadi-Nejad’s patronising reprimand, that Iran offers its people little in the way of political representation. Let us remember that blogger-journalist Arash Sigarchi, was sentenced to 14-years in jail for criticising the Iranian regime, and Mojtaba Saminejad was arrested (along with twenty other writers), and jailed, for calling for religious reform within the country. Let us also not forget that Mehrdad Lohrasbi, a student protester, was jailed for 15-years in 1999. Is this really a country that can chastise the United States? […]

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